Simple Steamed Fish with Ginger, Shallots and Greens

My Amah’s recipe for great, steamed fish! I found out what kind of fish my dad caught: Striped Sea Bass. =)

Ingredients:
White Fish
Light Soy Sauce (Pearl River Bridge Brand)
Ginger
Shallots
Shallot Oil (Or regular oil)
Cilantro
Green Onions
Vegetable Oil
Corn Starch

To watch how to make Shallots:

Music by
Tiesto – Not The Things You Say

20 comments

  1. snakemonkey555

    Your fathers catch of the day is a Stripe Bass.

  2. marcos palomino

    what does the starch  is for ??'  it adds to the flavor ???

  3. jose faunillian

    one more tip, trying the grooper fish "lapu-lapu" in our country, its more delicious

  4. jose faunillian

    she just drained the best part lol!when i cook this recipe, i wrap the fish in foil then steam it so that the flavor and juices wont go away

  5. Why it see so complicated
    Do not add corn starch
    Steaming time is too long

  6. yumeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  7. Andrew Ralte

    could you do a video on how to make a soy sauce? thanks for the video btw ^

  8. It means you might have steamed it way too long

  9. You shouldn't have drained the "excess water". It's the best part – the juices from the fish itself. Makes the gravy even more flavorful.

  10. what does the corn starch do to the fish?

  11. Everywonlies

    I'm not sure, but I think the cornstarch if you were pan frying the fish, but not steaming it

  12. Everywonlies

    LOOKS AMAZINGGGG

  13. Esperalzi Esperal

    Looks good, simple and delicious. I must try this. The fish looks like freshwater bass (largemouth or smallmouth bass). Bass is a tasty eating fish.

  14. Aww good old Chinese cooking like how my parents use to make this. 

  15. tks … simple & delicious ! I am going to eat steamed fish tomorrow. 

  16. Looks so delicious!

  17. farah amalina

    The song ruins the video. It's too loud

  18. Should not drain the steamed water, it is good to eat with white rice.

  19. Thanks i remember my mom

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